Wes Craven returns to the Scream franchise this weekend, and brought the original cast with him… we’ll except for those who died previously.

Ten years have passed, and Sidney Prescott, who has put herself back together thanks in part to her writing, is visited by the Ghostface Killer.

Did you see it? We want to know what you thought of the horror flick. Was it worth your time? Did it seem as fresh as the first installment from all those years ago? Does Neve Campbell still look fantastic?


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  1. I figured out who one killer was by halfway point, and had three others–oops, two others in contention.
    LOTS of callbacks to previous trilogy, some obvious, some not.

    I really wish CLAIRE! had gotten the most visceral death in cinema ever, but that’s just me. Others got worse than her and survived. :/
    I’m not saying whether she died or not, but I thought someone took a head shot, but it turned out to be a chest shot? No, not THAT “head shot” either! YIKES!

    nice fake out in the beginning, but it was obvious, considering who it was in that scene(s).
    (LMAO! at “Now shut up, we’re watching [this]!”)

  2. I was pleasantly surprised by this movie. I love how the Scream movies are not afraid to make fun of themselves.
    My girlfriend ended up guessing the killer and I ended up guessing the wrong one and miscounting how many there were.

    Really neat movie. Definitely worth a watch if you enjoyed the originals.

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